December 8, 2018 will remain evergreen in the memories of the over 500 invited guests, nominees and attendees at The Entrepreneur Africa Awards (T.E.A Awards) Ceremony and Business Dinner 2018 which held at the Golden Gate Restaurant, Ikoyi, Lagos.
It was an event organised to reward the enterprise and innovation of successful african entrepreneurs as well as an opportunity for them to wine, dine and network.
It was therefore a thing of joy when Ibrahim Idris, a 6-year old philanthropist who, through a foundation set up in his name by his parents, won The Entrepreneur Africa Prize for Philanthropy, despite being nominated alongside a celebrity actor and comedian Williams Uchemba. Ibrahim, through his foundation and philanthropic gestures, is giving life and new meaning to less privileged children who lack the basic necessities of life. At the moment, his location of influence is in Abuja, Nigeria’s federal capital but plans are underway to take his philanthropy across other states.
He was accompanied to the Awards ceremony by his mother, Mrs Hauwa Idris (a University lecturer), friends and some relatives.
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